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Reviewing Entertainment Options in the Old West

They seemed pretty limited.

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As you can probably tell if you’ve read much of my work, I have an interest in the Old West. While I find it fascinating, it’s not a time frame in which I would I would have liked to have lived. One reason for that is there seemed to be limited entertainment options. Lets’ review some of them.

Let’s go to a hanging!

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Larrylambert

Larrylambert

You probably don't know my name, but have likely seen my work. I'va written for numerous syndicated cartoon strips and my gags have appeared in national pubs.

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